In 1882, Alfred and Frederick Johnson created a partnership known as the Johnson Brothers. The British tableware manufacturer and exporter was situated in Hanley, the largest of the Six Towns which joined together to form the city of Stoke-on-Trent, lovingly known as the Potteries in England.
In 1968 Johnson Brothers became part of the Wedgwood Group until recently, when fifth generation Emily and her father Christopher Johnson formed 1882 Ltd.
1882 Ltd is a testament of the long history and expertise of the Johnson's family business with a new mission to champion inventively designed ceramic products from lighting to domestic ware.
We are delighted to present you Emily Johnson’s elegant range of Fine bone china lights “Bone” and “Ribbed” along with the stunning home ware range “Crockery” from designer Max Lamb.
Each piece is handcrafted by local artisans in Stoke-on-Trent, England.
Read more about Emily Johnson and Max Lamb on our 1882 Ltd collection page.